Samsung has been tossing many rebranded handsets lately, the company has been naming the rebadged devices under Quantum, W-series, F-series, and now even under the new Jump series. The recently launched Samsung Galaxy A32 5G is now up for rebranding and its rebranded version has just made it to the Google Play Console listings. The device carries the moniker Samsung Galaxy Jump and flaunts its key specs.
The Console listing reveals that the phone has the model – SMA326K which affirms that the it will indeed be a rebranded variant of the Galaxy A32 5G. Furthermore, the listing suggests that the smartphone will sport an HD+ resolution display with an exact pixel resolution of 720 x 1339 pixels. The screen will have 300 ppi and it is expected to be a water-drop notch panel.
Internally, the smartphone will come powered by the Dimensity 720 chipset and will boot on Android 11 out of the box. The smartphone will have 6GB of RAM and may have up to 128GB of internal storage. We also get to know that the smartphone will come with Bluetooth v5.0.
Other than this, there’s nothing else that the Play Console listing reveals but if the Galaxy Jump is a rebranded Galaxy A32 5G then it may come with the following specs. A 6.5-inch IPS LCD water-drop notch display, a big 5,000mAh battery, and 15W fast charging support. It may have a 48MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP quadruple rear camera setup and a single 13Mp selfie lens.
The Samsung Galaxy Jump is said to be a device for the South Korean market and the availability details, pricing for the same remain to be seen.
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